These innovators took bold actions and big risks during a trying year
Since the 2016 election, the crowd-sourced Presterity website has tracked Trump administration falsehoods.
A Western Washington University alum's bright idea is helping wheelchair-bound travelers find the right accommodations.
Nearly half of Seattle's newest residents think they'll be gone in five years.
The author and social media executive spoke at Seattle's Moore Theatre this week.
Seeing iconic landmarks and historical sites is part of the allure of travel, but often it's the little things—the hidden gems that don't appear in guidebooks or brochures—that make a trip unforgettable.
Julia Fryett, the director of Aktionsart, moved through the dark, graffiti-covered corridors of an abandoned school on Westlake Avenue in South Lake Union last fall.
Seattle startup Glowforge smashed crowdfunding records in the fall of 2015, raising almost $28 million (the original target was $100,000) in 30 days.
A local tech innovation takes the idea of classic medical alert devices and gives them a trendy wearable tech update.
We love our Seattle summers, but fret about all that sudden intense sun exposure.